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February 16, 2019

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Lake Havasu City,

Member Since:

Jun 26, 2013



Goal Type:

Boston Qualifier

Running Accomplishments:

Utah Valley Marathon

Phoenix Marathon

Pumpkinman Half Ironman

Revel Mount Charleston

Boston Marathon



Short-Term Running Goals:

I would really like to qualify for Boston


Long-Term Running Goals:

Run, Run, Run, Run, and Run More. 


Married to my awesome wife Kirstyn and together we have 4 kids.

Miles:This week: 29.00 Month: 79.00 Year: 213.85
Nike Pegasus 34 Blue Lifetime Miles: 114.50
Nike Pegasus 34 White Lifetime Miles: 110.10
Altra TIMP Trail Lifetime Miles: 48.55
Nike Pegasus 35 Black Lifetime Miles: 22.00
Running MilesSwimming YardsBike Miles

My little girl had a cross country meet this morning and the meet was exactly 10 miles from my house.  The only issue is that it is a grueling uphill run and it would be around 8:30 before I could start.  I decided I was up for the challange so I cheered her on and then started my own run and let me wife drive the car home.  I stopped at the temple to eat some fruit snacks because I could tell my energy levels were getting low.  It was a smart move because I don't know that I would have made it up the crazy 1.4 mile (6% grade) hill without it.  I had just enough water and just enough energy to make it through the run.  I had a solid week.  Next week I have to travel to Dallas for a conference so I will be doing a lot of TM runs.

From Rhett on Mon, Sep 24, 2018 at 10:35:30 from

It sounds like that was a tough run. It was fun talking yesterday. The only thing that would have made it better is if we did it during a long run. :)

Enjoy Dallas.

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